House Cleaning Seaforth
A clean bathroom makes all the difference. There are inevitable stresses in life. But we handle these stresses a little better is we can come home to a hot shower in a clean bathroom.
There are several different surfaces that need cleaning in bathrooms, including tiles walls, glass partitions, and floors that are continually exposed to water. All of these are at least a little different to most other areas in the home. Today we will look at cleaning glass.
Bathroom glass will need to be cleaned quite often, because it is inclined to accumulate soap scum. This is a waxy film that is difficult to scrub. If we live in an area that has hard water then the problem is often worse, because the soap will not form a lather, it just stays hard.
If the glass partitions in the shower have a cloudy appearance then then you have a build up of soap scum. Over time this can damage the glass surface.
Cleaning Glass in Bathrooms:
- Wipe down the glass surfaces with a squeegee of microfibre cloth each time the shower is used, or once per day.
- Spray the glass with glass cleaner. You can make your own glass cleaner with: 1/2 cup peroxide, 1/2 cup alcohol, 1 teaspoon of dish soap.
- Alternatively, use a mixture of bi-carbonate of soda, salt and vinegar. Mix this to a paste and leave it on the glass for 5 minutes before wiping off.
- A damp magic eraser (melamine) will remove spa scum, though this will require some scrubbing effort.
- Use soap without talc. this greatly reduces problems with soap scum on glass.
- A few products used on car windshields are designed to prevent water beading. Using these in the shower will help keep glass clean, as the water is repelled.
Home Cleaning Seaforth
A clean home makes for a better living experience. Have the professionals look after your house, and use you spare time for something more enjoyable